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Selena Gomez recently released a music video for her single “Back to You” and according to the internet, it’s going to be the song of the summer! One thing we noticed about it? All. Those. Visuals. With some major foreign film vibes and a hint of a technicolor feels–we could not get enough! To celebrate all of these awesome “Back to You” visuals, we’re going to show you how to create a technicolor GIF instead of our typical photo edit. Read on to see how to use both PicsArt and GifsArt to create a Selena Gomez inspired gif! via PicsArt Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the photo editor and tap on the Effects tool. Select the Colors tab and tap on the Colorize option. Adjust the hue to a color that you like, tap Apply, then tap on the arrow…

Rainbow selfies, glitch photos, millennial pink backgrounds – these are just a few of our go-to edits that bring the *WOW* factor to our photos, and keep our selfies on trend. And now, we have found the latest addition to our go-to list: this awesome X-ray photo edit. It’s edgy, futuristic, and is made using the portrait selection tool – so you already know your OOTD will still be the main focus. Read on to see how to create a major X-ray vibe using PicsArt photo editor and collage maker. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the photo editor. Tap on Effects and then tap on the Colors tab. Tap on the Inverted tab and move the slider to either side to select the color you like best. Tap on the Eraser tool, and then tap on Portrait Selection. Clean…

We’re really feeling the rainbow vibes these days, and we’ve found yet another way to to bring more rainbows into your life.  Actually, this edit was inspired by the #SpectrumEdit series by the artist Ramzy Masri (@space.ram on Instagram), who takes photographs and remixes them into incredible, Lisa Frank-level works of rainbow amazingness. We thought his work was so cool that we decided to put together this tutorial to show you how to make your own rainbow edit using PicsArt’s drawing tools and photo editor. If you haven’t seen his work, check it out to get some major inspiration before you start your own photo editing (Seriously, do it). Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your picture in the photo editor and tap on the Draw icon. Tap on the color chooser in the bottom left corner and select a color. Tap on…

When it comes to editing pics, more is more. Pics with pops of color naturally stand out from the crowd, and TBH they’re so much more fun. If you feel the same way, we have two words for you: Color. Gradients. With color gradient custom stickers, you can add life to your photos — and it’s so easy. Whether you’re adding a color gradient to a picture of yourself or to a random object in your photo, your followers will def be doing a double-take. Check out how to use PicsArt’s free custom stickers to create a color gradient photo edit! Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your picture in the photo editor. Tap on the Stickers icon and go to the Discover tab. Type “gradient” in the search bar and tap on a color gradient sticker to add it to your photo. Adjust…

Rainbow light filters are the latest photography trend to sweep the internet, and they might be the prettiest thing we’ve ever seen. But here’s the thing — it’s WAY easier to make them than you’ve heard. You don’t need any special photo effects or filters, and you definitely don’t need to be struggling to master any lighting tricks. Literally all you need is one of our rainbow stickers. Skeptical? Follow along with our easy photo editing tutorial. It’ll take you less than a minute. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android or Windows. Open your selfie in the photo editor and tap on the Add-Ons icon. Download the Rainbow Dreams pack and tap on “Use.” Choose your favorite sticker and place it on your selfie. Tap on the Blend option at the bottom of the screen and switch to the Overlay blending mode. Tap on “Apply.” Tap…